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  • Genetic enhancement also could provide a "superior" class of people who are smarter, better looking and more athletic than their peers, creating what author and researcher Maxwell J. Mehlman, author of the book "Wondergenes," calls "the genobility."

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  • Post-Gazette.com: 'Last month's announcement that scientists have largely determined the spelling of the entire human genetic code carries the promise that they might someday understand its meaning. And that has only increased talk about making people who would be uniformly smart, caring, tall, strong, handsome, beautiful and charismatic.

    'Maxwell Mehlman has even coined a word for them: the genobility, for "genetically enhanced nobility."'

    January 21, 2009